Free Online Bible Classes | New Class: Pastoral Care and Leadership
April 30, 2019

New Class: Pastoral Care and Leadership

I went hiking with Dr. Johnson a few years ago, peppering him with practical questions about how to lead a church. I think every one of those questions is answered in this class. This is the final class in our core seminary-level education ("Institute"), and I couldn't be happier with how it turned out.

Are you a pastor? Are you studying to be a pastor? Are you a leader in your church and you want to encourage your pastor? As a pastor, what does it mean to care for your congregation? How do you do it well? What does it mean to be a good leader? What character traits can you develop? What relational, motivational, spiritual and educational strategies can you use to become an effective leader and develop leaders in your church? 

In Pastoral Care and Leadership, you have the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Johnson as he relates what he has learned, experienced and taught over the past three decades. What a great opportunity you have to learn about how to lead and care for people in your congregation from someone like Dr. Johnson who is thoughtful, relational, highly trained, a talented communicator as a seminary professor and experienced as a pastor who served for more than a total of 30 years at three distinctly different churches. 

In this class you will learn how to:

  • Care for yourself and others;
  • Deal with sickness and death;
  • Celebrate the Lord's Supper and Baptism;
  • Lead a wedding service;
  • Relate to the board and staff;
  • Grow from conflict;
  • Handle your own money wisely, and the church's;
  • Transition the church forward with innovation.

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